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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

and that, on the contrary, Mr. Lyall's dead body would be found in Dain's workshop. Which was precisely what we did find. Mr. Lyall has been shot, madam, shot through the face with a weapon that has not been found. Mr. Dain has absconded. On the face of it I think you will agree that a fairly clear case of murder against Valmon Dain has been made out. There are, however, certain other facts in connection with your husband's career on which a little more light is not only desirable, but vitally necessary. I am applying for a warrant for the arrest of Valmon Dain immediately. But with your permission "
He was interrupted by the sudden ringing of the telephone bell.
Mrs. Lyall moved mechanically towards it, but Delbury was in ahead of her with a jump.
" Allow me !" he said grimly, taking off the receiver. " Hello. Yes ? This is Greydene, Highgate. Who are you, please ?"
" My name is Valmon Dain," said a calm, austere voice at the other end. " Ask Miss Mercia Lyall to come to the phone, will you, please?"
Mercia was looking at the detective's broad back. She could not see his face, and yet the moment he spoke into the telephone she felt her pulses quickening. Something in Delbury's manner told her that he had got hold of something vital to his case. He had stiffened, grown suddenly as eager and alert as a panther scenting its prey. She almost con-

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